Make 2020 an auspicious year for you, even if you’re not born in the Year of the Rat!
One of the simplest ways to strengthen your luck this year is to make sure that your lucky colour dominates your surroundings, whether it’s the clothes you wear or the colour of your interior design.
But do you even know what your lucky colour is this year?
Before we get to that, let’s understand why lucky colours are important in Chinese culture in the first place.
Significance of lucky colours in feng shui
According to this article from World Of Feng Shui:
“The Chinese believe that colours resonate with particular frequencies that have different strengths and affinities from year to year. In Chinese metaphysics, there are five main colours which signify the five elements, the five planets and the five directions – North, South, East, West and Center. Different homes have different colour affinities, and different personalities vibrate better with certain colours in different years.”
There are five main colours that represent the five elements. They are:
- Red - Fire: Luck, Happiness, joy, vitality, celebration, fertility
- Yellow - Earth: Power, royalty, prosperity
- Black - Water: Stability, knowledge, trust, adaptable
- White - Metal: Wealth and financial success, purity, peace
- Blue - Wood: Trust, honesty, loyalty, healing
2020 is the year of the metal rat
KarmaWeather highlights that 2020 is the year of the metal feng shui. Coupled with the fact that it’s the year of the rat, what’s the implication on 2020’s lucky colours?
This simple chart created by KarmaWeather lists down the 12 different zodiac animals and their respective lucky colours for 2020.
Now, it should be clearer to you what kind of colours you should incorporate into your Chinese New Year outfits and interior design of your homes!
Is pink your lucky colour in 2020?
To those born in the year of the ox, rabbit, and pig, it seems that pink is one of your lucky colours this year!
How about strengthening your luck with one of Waistlab’s 11.5” Classic Pink waist trainers? Its bright, hot pink design is sure to help beckon lady luck (or even your own family members) to your door.
If you need something more potent, you could also go with the 9” Classic Pink waist trainer. This is an exclusive, limited edition waist trainer that is specially design-registered in Singapore. Lady luck would be jealous!
Since it’s auspicious for one to buy new clothes in preparation for Chinese New Year, Waistlab’s Classic Pink waist trainer is the perfect addition to your wardrobe.
It also helps to prevent you from overeating this Chinese New Year (as we've written about here). No more worrying about bloating in your outfit!